JavaFX graphics performance and suitability for advanced animations
philip.race at oracle.com
Fri May 31 17:06:30 PDT 2013
On 5/31/13 4:52 PM, Richard Bair wrote:
> The text in PowerPoint is very likely outlines (treat the text as shapes) since there isn't much text per slide and its usually very large (in fact most render engines stop rendering text as glyphs at a given size -- for us it is > 80pt.). Hmmmm. I wonder if you used an 81pt font and scaled it down what that would look like?
We are too clever for that ;-) Its not the user point size, its the
final device scaled
size that affects this decision. ie 80 *pixels*.
> I'm curious on the animated box though as to what you are seeing that you like. Is it pixel snapping but its moving fast enough that it looks OK? Or is it that the AA algorithm is "better" for this case? If you did a screen capture would it be high enough quality to show exactly what it is you see?
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